FORASMUCH..............12
also their lives. But forasmuch as this duke's demeanor 2, 6/ 8
dignity upon himself. And forasmuch as he well wist 2, 9/ 26
should give other license; forasmuch as the dukes themselves 2, 18/ 5
a great study. And forasmuch her seemed the Cardinal 2, 40/ 25
both their shoulders. And forasmuch as the Protector gave 2, 50/ 5
fear of himself. And forasmuch as he now met 2, 51/ 28
of good substance. But forasmuch as they were coupled 2, 55/ 10
honor in this marriage, forasmuch as there is between 2, 62/ 15
were never lawfully begotten, forasmuch as the King (living 2, 73/ 16
before had intended. And forasmuch as his mind gave 2, 83/ 10
himself just inheritor. And forasmuch as the title which 2, 89/ 10
be without fault -- forasmuch as it shall not 2, 92/ 29
 
 FORBEAR................3
in charge not to forbear his rest, they letted 2, 21/ 8
be nameless and to forbear the praise of those 2, 56/ 11
that condition -- to forbear mine own liberty in 2, 64/ 2
 
 FORBEARETH.............1
thing wherein every man forbeareth to say that he 2, 73/ 26
 
 FORBID.................5
they should (that God forbid) find you at variance 2, 11/ 16
fleshly consanguinity. Our Lord forbid that you love together 2, 12/ 18
God and good provision forbid! Of which good provision 2, 15/ 18
Archbishop of York, "God forbid that any man should 2, 28/ 9
were set (which God forbid) upon so great a 2, 29/ 21
 
 FORBIDDEN..............2
I understand it is forbidden a priest, but I 2, 64/ 18
yet that it was forbidden a prince." The Duchess 2, 64/ 19
 
 FORBIDDETH.............2
law, and very nature forbiddeth in every place, and 2, 32/ 5
learned men tell me, forbiddeth every man the custody 2, 39/ 32
 
 FORBORE................2
said, he that while forbore her of reverence toward 2, 48/ 21
upon her, yet he forbore her, either for reverence 2, 55/ 22
 
 FORCE..................2
God's name stand in force as far forth as 2, 31/ 23
them, keeping down by force the featherbed and pillows 2, 85/ 19
 
 FORCED.................1
abroad. But the friar forced for no shame, and 2, 59/ 7
 
 FORE-REMEMBERED........5
beheaded at Pomfret the fore-remembered lords and knights that 2, 57/ 18
his embassage about the fore-remembered marriage, this poor lady 2, 60/ 25
these causes, I say, fore-remembered -- that is to 2, 73/ 29
begotten son of the fore-remembered noble duke of York 2, 74/ 3
unto him in manner fore-remembered." And therewith the lords 2, 77/ 1
 
 FORE-STUDIED...........1
good heart and courage fore-studied no perils; a loving 2, 52/ 21
 
 FOREGOING..............2
obtained, and the year foregoing his death, he had 2, 5/ 6
a token oftentimes notably foregoing some great misfortune. Now 2, 50/ 31
 
 FOREHEAD...............1
that had in his forehead a bunch of flesh 2, 93/ 4
 
 FOREMINDED.............1
Gloucester had of old foreminded this conclusion, or was 2, 9/ 21
 
 FORENOON...............1
the clock that same forenoon; which sudden fear drove 2, 53/ 4
 
 FORESEEING.............1
that happened, yet well foreseeing that many harms might 2, 10/ 17
 
 FORESEEN...............1
could as well have foreseen as I have with 2, 13/ 3
 
 FOREST.................3
whereof, he appointed Miles Forest, one of the four 2, 85/ 12
from them, this Miles Forest and John Dighton about 2, 85/ 16
with the ministers: Miles Forest at St. Martin's piecemeal 2, 87/ 1
 
 FORETHOUGHT............1
in King Edward's life forethought to be king in 2, 8/ 27
 
 FOREVER................1
and subdue, and establish forever in due obedience unto 2, 80/ 12
 
 FORFEITURES............1
obtained pardon. Of great forfeitures she got men remission 2, 56/ 19
 
 FORGAVE................1
their words appeared) each forgave other, and joined their 2, 13/ 29
 
 FORGET.................1
pray God as well forget as we well remember 2, 13/ 2
 
 FORGETFUL..............1
knoweth not, or so forgetful that he remembereth not 2, 70/ 24
 
 FORGIVE................1
that dead is, God forgive it his soul. In 2, 71/ 15
 
 FORGOTTEN..............2
time forward, all griefs forgotten, each of you love 2, 13/ 21
as though Burdet were forgotten, that was for a 2, 70/ 13
 
 FORLABORED.............1
which disease nature, being forlabored, forwearied, and weaked, waxeth 2, 35/ 12
 
 FORMER.................2
claimed of the King's former promise) as for divers 2, 11/ 6
the boldness of their former outrages. To the governance 2, 14/ 9
 
 FORSOOK................1
left it not nor forsook it in woe, but 2, 90/ 25
 
 FORSOOTH...............1
he cannot have it? Forsooth, he hath found a 2, 38/ 3
 
 FORTH..................21
and increased, so far forth that in the summer 2, 5/ 13
or favor, so far forth advanced that, King Henry's 2, 6/ 17
lacked not in helping forth his brother of Clarence 2, 8/ 23
he once entereth creepeth forth so far till with 2, 12/ 24
that none should pass forth without their license. And 2, 17/ 30
the matter too far forth, ere they knew the 2, 23/ 16
toward it so far forth do my best that 2, 28/ 17
in force as far forth as reason will. Which 2, 31/ 24
not fully so far forth as may serve to 2, 31/ 24
us of the fetching forth of this nobleman, to 2, 31/ 25
intend not to come forth and jeopard myself after 2, 36/ 23
yet would he go forth in the same; and 2, 43/ 30
thereon -- so far forth that the Lord Stanley 2, 45/ 10
So was he brought forth into the green beside 2, 49/ 20
the city, and so forth farther about, like a 2, 52/ 24
in paper and scribbled forth in haste, at adventure 2, 54/ 9
the beginning, so far forth that they determined that 2, 59/ 12
God she shall bring forth a young prince that 2, 64/ 16
among unthrifts, so far forth that fifteenths sufficed not 2, 69/ 30
the last he came forth of his chamber -- 2, 77/ 26
own life, so far forth that when the Protector 2, 89/ 16
 
 FORTHWITH..............5
ward, and, that done, forthwith went to horseback and 2, 18/ 26
your good grace." And forthwith they arrested the Lord 2, 19/ 23
the contrary, he would forthwith depart therewithal, and shift 2, 40/ 16
as he thought. Thereupon forthwith they brought him to 2, 42/ 19
comfort he could. But forthwith was the Prince and 2, 85/ 4
 
 FORTNIGHT..............1
continued yet scant a fortnight, should be deeper settled 2, 15/ 24
 
 FORTRESS...............1
could receive) a marvelous fortress and sure armor, if 2, 5/ 27
 
 FORTUNATE..............2
Eighth; Cecily, not so fortunate as fair; Bridget, which 2, 3/ 9
and at all points fortunate -- if either his 2, 7/ 3
 
 FORTUNE................7
years younger; Elizabeth, whose fortune and grace was after 2, 3/ 8
time tossed in either fortune -- sometimes in wealth 2, 3/ 14
in great prosperity and fortune, without a special grace 2, 4/ 21
to a more prosperous fortune, which I pray God 2, 39/ 14
she thought it might fortune her fear to be 2, 41/ 4
more commend the maiden's fortune than the master's wisdom 2, 62/ 13
of prosperity as adverse fortune, had gotten by great 2, 91/ 19
 
 FORWARD................8
world with the feet forward (as men be borne 2, 7/ 26
any good conclusion go forward. And also while either 2, 11/ 27
all, from this time forward, all griefs forgotten, each 2, 13/ 20
on horseback and depart forward, to leave that lodging 2, 18/ 28
Who would prick him forward thereunto if they escaped 2, 43/ 13
one from this day forward by us and our 2, 80/ 10
time to put him forward and by such wise 2, 84/ 11
ways to prick him forward -- taking always the 2, 91/ 26